Posted by Preemadonna on December 01, 2016 at 1:50 PM
We are so proud to partner with MakerGirl, a college led nonprofit that teaches girls aged 7-11 STEM tools. MakerGirl will have a collection in our Nailbot mobile app showcasing awesome designs the represent the work of MakerGirls throughout history. Check out some of the designs!
Atom- Marie Curie won her second Nobel Prize -- this time in Chemistry -- for her discovery of the elements radium and polonium.
Beaker - Rosalind Franklin was a chemist and X-ray crystallographer who made contributions to understanding the molecular structures of DNA, RNA, viruses, and coal.
DNA- Barbara McClintock, one of the world's greatest cytogeneticists, won the Nobel Prize in Physiology for her discover of the "jumping gene" in 1983.
Engineering Girl- STEM education has the power to transform the way young girls think about themselves and their futures.
Idea Bulb - MakerGirl is about curiosity and imagination and innovation.
MakerGirl Gears - The design process is just that -- a process -- and MakerGirl likes to keep the gears turning.
Math Graph - Katherine Johnson was a space scientist and mathematician, and played a big role in calculating key trajectories in the Space Race.
MG - Today's Makers. Tomorrow's life changers.
Radium - Marie Curie was a physicist and chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity, eventually receiving the Nobel Prize in Physics for her research.
Space Shuttle - Sally Ride, the first American women to fly into space, founded an organization dedicated to support student interested in STEM.